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J. Rawls
31 March, 2010 8:06 pm

Directed & Edited by Rick Foy for Dvid Films Productions. John Robinson & J Rawls, Jay ARE. Taken from the album, The 1960′s Jazz Revolution Again, coming soon.

3 April, 2007 12:00 am

   When J Rawls linked up with Declaime in Las Vegas, it almost became apparent that the two should work on a project together. Coupling Dudley’s spaced out rhymes with Rawls’ underappreciated, soulful production, could turn out to be the equivalent of a Vegas lounge show. So to those two, who spent a week together [cont.]

5 October, 2006 12:00 am

    J Rawls is one helluva producer. Unfortunately, in this day and age of Hip Hop, a producer the caliber of Rawls goes unappreciated. From his work with J Sands on Lone Catalyst projects to some of his phenomenal work on BlackStar’s “Brown Skin Lady”, Rawls has been known to craft beautiful soundscapes. But there [cont.]

16 May, 2003 12:00 am

With a resume that includes work with Black Star, J-Live, and Dose One (among many others), as well as partnerships in both the Lone Catalysts (with J. Sands) and 3582 (with Fat Jon), not to mention his own solo projects, J. Rawls is nothing if not busy. On the heels of his first instrumental project, [cont.]

1 January, 2001 12:00 am

Looking two solidify his name as one of the underground’s premier beatmakers, one-half of Lone Catalysts displays his essence in less than fourteen tracks. Producer J. Rawls extends his musical mission beyond that of just The Lone Catalysts, enlisting some of the underground’s favorite rookies to shine on his tracks. Naturally, Rawls’ partner J. Sands [cont.]

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